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Mrs. Paige Nix’s Pre-K class is learning about graduated order, height, weight, and the circumference of pumpkins.
Pictured: (left to right) Aiden, D.J., Isabella, Collins, and Makayla.
The two 3-year old classes at Hand-in-Hand recently visited a pumpkin patch in Coolidge. In addition to picking their own tiny pumpkins, the students were able to pet bunnies, see a donkey, take a hayride, and do some pumpkin bowling.
Hand-in-Hand student Clay participated in our school system's Jack O'Lantern Jog along with his mom, Hand-in-Hand kindergarten teacher Ms. Keri.
Carly Ramhoffer and her mom Haley Haskins Ramhoffer dressed in Halloween costumes for the Jack O'Lantern Jog.
Bus drivers taught Hand-in-Hand's Pre-K classes about bus safety during Bus Safety Awareness Week. Ms. Tammy (top photo) showed students her bus and passed out coloring and info sheets. Another bus driver, Ms. Connie (bottom photo, right), is pictured with Ms. Chris Cox and some of her Pre-K students after their safety demonstration.
Governor Deal’s wife recently read a story to Hand-in-Hand students. She is travelling around the state reading aloud to selected Pre-K schools, and Hand-in-Hand was one of those schools chosen.
The Thomas County and Thomasville City Fire Clowns visited the students at Hand-In-Hand Primary this week to teach the students about Fire Safety.
They performed skits, demonstrated safe exits, and fire drills for the home. The students also got to see the big fire trucks.